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  1. #3411
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    had some time today to take my son to the playground and play. took some shots of him and i thought this one came out pretty good, he actually posed for me today.

    1/200th sec at F/3.5, heavy pp
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  2. #3412
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    haven't posted a pic for a long time. this is an old one i came across today which i kinda like.
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  3. #3413
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    I've been a little short on photogenic subjects lately ... or is it just short on inspiration? Anyway, this is my first post-worthy shot in a long time.

    C&C appreciated, as always.
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  4. #3414
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcon View Post
    Here is one I took during the fireworks display here in town last night. I am a little dissapointed in my results, it was bitter cold and I was standing in a foot of snow, so was a little difficult. You can see the rest on my Flickr page here:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/studioj...7603598136678/
    Jason, the photos look great. It's hard to shoot them with that much wind but it make for an interesting effect when the firework is on it's way in the air.

    One recommendation, Have your shutter open longer so you can get the firework from launch to end of explosion. Also it's cool to get 3-5 in one shot. Sometimes a 5+ second shutter speed is necessary.

    again, great shots. I love shotting fireworks!
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  5. #3415
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    I shot with a shutter of 12 seconds....
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  6. #3416
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    Wow! Did the fireworks have large delays between them?

    How windy was it there? It looks like there was some wind, but with 12 seconds, it may not have been.

    Did you try any at 30 seconds?

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  7. #3417
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    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    I've been a little short on photogenic subjects lately ... or is it just short on inspiration? Anyway, this is my first post-worthy shot in a long time.

    I'm confused by that shot (in a nice way).
    When it first opened I thought it was a sea shore shot with white surf foam in the lower left corner. Then I noticed the "foam" on top of the hill on the right, then I seem to recall that Wyoming is land locked and it's the middle of your winter and I'm sure it snowed on Kevin Costner when he was dancing with wolves somewhere near Wyoming so now I assume that the white stuff is snow.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dslrcamera View Post
    Wow! Did the fireworks have large delays between them?

    How windy was it there? It looks like there was some wind, but with 12 seconds, it may not have been.

    Did you try any at 30 seconds?

    Ed
    No, just 10-15 seconds. And I dont believe it was all that windy, just bitter cold and standing in a foot of snow. Sometimes there was a delay in the fireworks but nothing major.
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  9. #3419
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    Quote Originally Posted by K1W1 View Post
    I'm confused by that shot (in a nice way).
    When it first opened I thought it was a sea shore shot with white surf foam in the lower left corner. Then I noticed the "foam" on top of the hill on the right, then I seem to recall that Wyoming is land locked and it's the middle of your winter and I'm sure it snowed on Kevin Costner when he was dancing with wolves somewhere near Wyoming so now I assume that the white stuff is snow.

    Thanks K1W1, you made me laugh right out loud. Yep, it's snow, probably more real than whatever snowed on Kevin Costner
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  10. #3420
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    I don't like to brag, but I do believe this one turned out pretty good.

    BTW, this is the USS Yorktown in Charleston Harbor (South Carolina, you know where the war of northern aggression started )

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